Some teachers are able to take many situations and find Gospel parallels or symbolism. So here’s a challenge to you, based on one of my random photos. How could you use this image to teach some Gospel principle? The winner should include references to more than just the piano or just the fruit. First prize? Fame and glory, including a paragraph or two about you and/or a thought you wish to share and/or a photo you wish to share, all posted here (subject to editorial approval for good taste).
OK, I’ll also throw in a 1964 90% silver Kennedy half-dollar which has almost $5 of silver right now – but if I’m right, will soon have much more silver than that without gaining any mass (I do that solely to encourage the wise out there to start investing in silver while it’s still so cheap – I’m serious). Honorable mention for second place will also be made. Contest ends May 15 (the same day my Appleton Mystery Photo Contest ends, also with silver prizes).
(As with most photos here, clicking will enlarge it slightly, though the original image has much higher resolution still.)